The consequences of growing distrust in science in America are significant and threaten to deadlock progress on major topics, such as climate change, genetic modification of foods, and nuclear energy.
Can nuclear energy ever be publicly accepted?
National Security is providing new justifications for action on climate change.
Careers in Food Policy with Dr. Catherine Bertini Dr. Catherine Bertini, former Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme, explains how she navigated her personal career path, from participating in formative extracurricular activities, to running for Congress and learning when to say “no” to political appointments. In this conversation with host Jisung Park,…
Mathematical modeling can help mitigate food insecurity around the world.
Ever wonder how donated food gets to famines? Listen as Dr. Catherine Bertini explains the World Food Programme.
As the 114th Congress takes the floor, decisions on crude oil and natural gas exports, including approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, are sure to be taken up.
We continue our review of the Lima talks with Professor Robert Stavins’ discussion.
Professor Michael Glennon challenges common understandings of American government institutions and provides daunting insights into the nature of the U.S. national security apparatus.
Explaining the politics of the Nordic countries and comparing their policies to those of the United States.